#1
Hey ppl, im new to this forum. jsut got a jackson king V and it has currently got two, not too amazing duncan design pickups.
ive thought of a dimebucker at the bridge and a Seymour Dumcan invader at the neck. can you tell me what you think??
maybe if there is a better combo?? im looking for a very heavy guitar which would have very high distortion to play things like machine head and them kind of metal bands. tell me what you think, i would like to hear what you think.
thanks
#2
Apparently the invader is like the worst pickup ever or something? I dont actualy know, but I've heard it.

Oh and so is the dimebucker, its just a money making rip off that he didnt use.




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#4
instead of the dimebucker, look into the bill lawrence 500-xl, its what dime actually used in his guitars, and its like $30 cheaper
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Apparently the invader is like the worst pickup ever or something? I dont actualy know, but I've heard it.

Oh and so is the dimebucker, its just a money making rip off that he didnt use.


i played the dimebucker on a dean not so long ago and it sounded alright. do you know of any others i could put on? im just looking for pickups which will give me a high output for heavy distortion and i need to be able to make them harmonics well. thats why i was thinking the dimebucker as it has a very nice sound to it.
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instead of the dimebucker, look into the bill lawrence 500-xl, its what dime actually used in his guitars, and its like $30 cheaper


out of all of the seymour duncans, which would you use for high output? as i play in a metal band and i need it!! lol
#9
You don't necessarily need high output pickups for metal, it depends on your amp.
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